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Court documents allege Jeffrey Epstein recorded sex tapes of Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and Sir Richard Branson

Prince Andrew has consistently denied any involvement in wrongdoing.

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Court documents have unveiled allegations suggesting that sex tapes were purportedly recorded of Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and Sir Richard Branson by Jeffrey Epstein.

Sarah Ransome, who identifies herself as a victim of Epstein, mentioned the claims involving the Duke of York, the former US president, and the billionaire businessman being filmed by the convicted US financier.

A legal firm representing Epstein’s lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, emphasized these allegations to underscore Ms. Ransome’s perceived lack of credibility.

Ms. Ransome provided a victim impact statement before the sentencing of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell for sex-trafficking. Prince Andrew has consistently denied any involvement in wrongdoing.

A spokesperson for Sir Richard Branson, representing the Virgin Group, stated, “In a 2019 New Yorker report, Ransome acknowledged that she had ‘invented’ the tapes.

We can affirm that Sarah Ransome’s assertions are without merit and groundless.”

As of now, there has been no response from Mr. Clinton’s representatives following Sky News’ inquiry. In the same email excerpts, Ms. Ransome also claimed that former US president Donald Trump had engaged in sexual relations with “many girls.”

Following the controversy surrounding his association with Epstein, the duke withdrew from public life and relinquished his HRH title.

In response to allegations made by Virginia Giuffre, accusing him of sexual assault when she was 17, the prince settled a civil case by paying millions of pounds.

Although he denied ever meeting Ms. Giuffre, these events prompted his decision to step back from public engagements.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.